REUTERS - Indian Oil Corp.
International gasoline prices have gone up by about 2 percent from the last revision on February 16 while rupee has declined to 54.15 to a dollar from 53.43, IOC, the country's biggest fuel retailer, said.
"The combined impact of these two factors has compelled the company to revise the prices," it said.
Three state-run fuel retailers - Indian Oil Corp
Petrol prices of the three companies vary marginally, while diesel costs the same at their fuel stations.
IOC has not specified the new retail prices but a company source said petrol would cost 70.74 rupees a litre in Delhi.
(Reporting by Nidhi Verma; Editing by Anand Basu)